Duct Tape Dude wrote:
Why not set the resolution to 1280x800? Or try playing with different display modes by pressing [WindowsKey] + [P] ?
I've tried all of the WindowsKey+P options multiple times (and also these settings enabled via the laptop's function keys). I would have tried to set the output resolution to the native resolution of the projector, but I didn't have the option for that specific resolution (only for 16:9 or 4:3 aspect ratio resolutions), nor did I find a way to select this resolution in more advanced graphics display settings.
Also, I tried enabling HDTV support and selecting 720p mode in the graphics driver, but this didn't help.
I just don't get how such compatibility (or configuration) issues arise with HDMI...